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would do that on his pbs show. >> i think he should have set that up. >> because the audience didn't know. >> nobody knew that's what he's doing. if that was the way he he decided to change the debate, maybe at the top he could have said we're going to do something different and here's what it is. i think that might have tempered some of the criticism. >> i think what might have worked better if they were all sitting around a small table the three of them and jim lehrer so far below and two of them at podiums. at least when three people are sitting around a table, the moderator could use body language and stop things. but that's just my assessment. i want you to listen to what candy crowley. she's going to be moderating the second presidential debate, what she said about this. listen to this. >> i'm not sure the minutes. i mean, in the end, this debate is, you know, brought to you by these candidates. and to me, it's better to hear from the ndidates than to hear from the moderator. and i think jim is one of those that always is very intent on trying to get the two of them to talk t
the subsidy to pbs, i'm going to stop other things. i like pbs, i like big bird, i actually like you too, but i'm not going to keep on spending money on things to borrow money from china to pay for it. >> reporter: the mere mention of cutting funds to big bird sent the social media world into high gear. pictures like this with big bird on the ropes. president obama on the campaign trail. >> i mean, thank goodness somebody is finally getting tough on big bird. >> reporter: the pentagon, which has been a close ally of the eight-foot tall bird was asked about it at the briefing. >> i'm not going to get into politics here. i wouldn't want to ruffle any feathers so to speak. >> reporter: but big bird has some conservatives a little plucked. they argue that it's time to stop funding public broadcast programs like sesame street, npr and the pbs news hour. brian darling is with the con zefbtive heritage foundation. >> it's not at all. using public funds to fund entertainment, furthermore, it's a waste of money when there are private resources doing similar functions. we love big bird, but maybe
didn't realize that. >> romney talked last night about cutting funding to pbs, the home of sesame street. and big bird was not happy. did you see what big bird did to romney's car right after the debate? show what happened. look at that. that's unbelievable. that is unbelievable. he is not happy. he is not happy. >> of course obama and romney differed on many subjects throughout the debate. there was one moment where they really came together in perfect harmony. check it out. [ laughter ] >>> and you're in "the situation room." happening now, obama 2.0 smiling, laughing, energized the president's dramatic turnaround from his lackluster debate performance. mitt romney is now admitting his controversial remark about those 47%. he now says that was 100% wrong. and the latest computer scam, hackers holding your vital data for ransom. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> the obama supporters turned out to see the president in cleveland today may have wondered where was this guy on wednesday night
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